Floor van Meer is a postdoc at the unit of Social, Economic and Organisational Psychology of Leiden University. She obtained her PhD at the Image Sciences Institute of the University Medical Center Utrecht in 2017. Her PhD research focused on the neural correlates of food choice in normal-weight and overweight children and adults, using fMRI. As a postdoc at the ISI she studied reward learning and food choice in obesity. She started at Leiden University in 2019, where she studies the neural mechanisms of hedonic compensation to see if working memory load interferes with reward processing during consumption.
- What you see is what you eat: an ALE meta-analysis of the neural correlates of food viewing in children and adolescents. NeuroImage, 104, 35-43. (2015)
- Food decision-making: effects of weight status and age. Current diabetes reports, 16(9), 84. (2016)